Byju’s disputed the allegations, and said they “are related to an inconsequential technical matter” and that all payment obligations have been met.
Venture Capital Has Plummeted in Education. How Can Companies Find Alternate Financing?
An Adviser to Ed-Tech Companies Sees Attractive Options for Borrowing During Lean Times
Ash Kaluarachchi, who helps ed-tech companies find sources of capital that fit their needs, talks about the decline in VC funding and alternatives for businesses.
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Right-Sizing or Whale-Hunting: How Big of a District Should Your Company Pursue?
The Biggest District Client Is Not Necessarily the Best One, If a Vendor Isn't Ready
Education companies need to resist the temptation to simply chase the biggest contract in the biggest district.
A Survivor’s Guide to Weathering Uncertain Times: Advice for Education Companies
As Conditions Around Them Change, Organizations Need a Combination of Fundamentals and Creativity
Leaders of education organizations say there are pragmatic steps organizations can take to strengthen their businesses amid prevailing uncertainty.
Smart Strategies for Creating Gamified Products in Today’s K-12 Market
A Reviewer of Games Talks About Providing Necessary Feedback for Students and Capitalizing on Student Motivation
A top reviewer of games at Common Sense Media talks about how companies can develop products that provide feedback to students, and capitalize on their motivation.
Key Questions at the Heart of New Product Development
Education Companies Need to Conceive New Products With Their End Users -- School Districts -- in Mind
Knowing whether to invest time and money in a promising product for schools requires market research and asking challenging questions.
The federal agency has released new guidance for evaluating ed-tech tools — a move that speaks to the uncertainty among districts and vendors about standards under the law.
At the recent ASU+GSV Summit, investors and company leaders talked about if they’re trying to grow through acquisition, or building new products on their own.
Israel-based ed-tech startup TinyTap has secured an $8.5 million funding round, which it will use for staff expansion and product development.